I have always made them at least 4 feet from the floor.
You pull back on the turn signal switch. I believe the Classic that year might have still had the floor-mounted high beam switch, though.
84 should be mounted on the drivers side floor
Try the floor to the front left. There should be a switch you can press with your foot.
I own a 1991 F-150 and had same problem. Check the high beam (floor) switch. That was my problem, I normally kick the switch.
Check bulbs Check dimmer switch if located on floor for loose or disconnected wires or corrosion
== == It's on the floor sometimes hidden by the carpet.
The dimmer switch if for the instrument panel lights. The high and low beam switch is for the headlights. On most older cars the high and low beam switch was on the floor. Most cars have it on the turn signal lever now.
There is a foot switch on the driver's floor by your left foot.
Check the high-low beam switch on the floor. The connections behind the switch get corroded/rusty.
The dimmer switch has a setting which turns on the dome light. Just after turning it to high you should be able to 'click' it into the position required for the interrior lights. The dimmer switch has a setting which turns on the dome light. Just after turning it to high you should be able to 'click' it into the position required for the interrior lights.